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Siemens Panelboard Switches - New, Reconditioned and Obsolete

You can trust Breaker Connection to get you the ITE/Siemens panelboard switch you need, quickly. We're one of the nation's leading suppliers of panelboard switches by ITE/Siemens - whether it be a new, used, obsolete, or a hard-to-find model. All of our products, new or reconditioned, feature a full 1-year replacement warranty. Call us if you don't see the Siemens/ITE panel board switch you need listed below.

Siemens Vacu-Break Panelboard Switches

Siemens Vac-Break Type Panelboard Switches
  • Available up to 1200 Amp Panelboard switches
  • 1-year replacement warranty
  • Call 1-800-604-7360 for more info
  • Panelboard switches are mechanical switches that, when released, trip the circuit protection devices (a main circuit breaker or residual current device) and isolate the distribution board, also known as the panelboard, from the power source. An example of a panelboard is the typical circuit breaker panel found inside the breaker box in a home. Breaker Connection is pleased to offer these durable units, as well as motor controls, mcc buckets, vacuum circuit breakers, and other electrical supplies for your next electrical protection or distribution project. Provide us with the current rating, voltage, poles, and switch configuration you need and we will locate the right panelboard switch from our warehouse stock.

    We carry both fusible and circuit breaker type panelboard switches in current ratings up to 1200 amps, in voltages from 240 to 600, 2 or 3 poles, and single or twin switch configurations - for a host of demanding applications including hard to find pre-1960 vintage GE switches.

    Siemens AG is a German engineering conglomerate, the largest of its kind in Europe. The company has three main business sectors: Industry, Energy, and Healthcare; with a total of 15 divisions.

    Siemens has an installed base of Motor Control Centers dating back to 1964 due to acquisitions of Allis-Chalmers in 1978, ITE Gould in 1983 and Furnas Electric in 1996. This has resulted in eleven MCC models installed across the United States. Replacement units for these models as well as the current tiastar MCC offerings are built in the Siemens West Chicago plant. Siemens has a great document posted on their site for identifying each of their MCC Buckets here.

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